Water Day – The St. Lawrence: Protecting its Lives


May 28th 2022 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Montreal, Quebec

This event brings together artists, activists, and academics to  discuss protecting the St. Lawrence River and its ecosystems. How would recognizing the river as a legal person favour  better management of its waters? Brazil’s Raimunda Gomes  da Silva, a leader in the fight for workers’ rights and environ mental conversation in the Amazon rainforest, will provide the  opening remarks. 

Moderator Nathalie Gravel Guests Yenny Vega Cárdenas + Geneviève Dupéré + Raimunda Gomes da Silva + Valérie Ivy Hamelin

This is part of Festival TransAmériques’s Water Day, learn more about Water Day here.


Details

Cost:Free
Format:In-Person
Category: Presentation
Region: Great Lakes and St. Lawrence
Audience: Adults
Accessibility: French

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